a film recording of a video image displayed on a specially designed television monitor. Also called "Kine." Only means of recording TV programs before video recorders and tape were invented.
a cathode-ray tube in a television receiver; translates the received signal into a picture on a luminescent screen
A TV picture tube. Also, a photographic film made from a TV transmission as it appears on the tube. Once used for recording TV programs, it has been replaced by videotape recording.
A film of a transmitted television program.
A film of a video tape made by shooting the picture on a specially designed television monitor. Also referred to as Kine.
The Kinescope was inventor Vladimir Zworykin's version of a cathode ray tube. Armed with a kinescope and his patented iconoscope camera tube, Zworykin and RCA spawned the birth of the television industry.
The term kinescope (pronounced 'kinn-eh-scope) originally referred to the cathode ray tube used in television monitors. Today the term more commonly refers to a kinescope recording (kine for short; also known as a telerecording in the UK). In this sense, a kinescope is a recording of a television program made by filming the picture from a TV monitor's CRT (or "kinescope" in its original meaning).